Found August 11, 2013 on My Sports Rumors:
It looks like the New York Giants will be getting some important guys back on the practice field this week. Justin Tuck has missed the last two practices because of a sore back. While Justin Pugh has been out for about ten days because of a concussion. Justin Pugh (concussion) has been cleared for practice. Justin Tuck is expected to practice tomorrow according to Coughlin — Ohm Youngmisuk (@NotoriousOHM) August 11, 2013 This is pretty big as the Giants need Pugh back on the field and up to speed. The rookie missed all of the teams mini-camps as he had no contract and then suffered the concussion right after he started to practice. His chances of starting in 2013 but he can still play an important role should injuries hit. And Tuck well they just need him, plain and simple especially with Jason Pierre-Paul still on the shelf. The post Giants getting healthier appeared first on My Sports Rumors.

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